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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 August 1894

VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 21, 1891. NO. 38, frijx' -M-pW^ rr. titi m & mrm T1TT I 1 hfty-third congress. BETRAYED A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. A Romance of Love, Intrigue and Cr inn BY MRS. ALICE P. CARRI3TON. CIIATTEK MT. DISBONOBI fX The rresielont of the Atlantic National I'nuk, in which Eugene C'levelan t had boen assistant 1 ookkoei or, anel in whie h Ray Fielding was sti 1 employed, was Sidney Leland. 1 squire, fi near neighbor of the lion. Sherwood Elliston, and a very wealthy and important personage, in? deed. He had mimed young, ami hael two grown-up child roll- u son and a daughter. The son, Warren Leland, was not farfiom twenty-etgl t ye; rs of ugo. Tho daughter was some years vounger. tm leaving his uncle's liouseth.it event? ful afternoon Eugene walked slowly to? ward the Dcxt corner, lingering fora stage to oveitake bim. As bo arrived opposite the Leland man? sion tie door opened and a young niau issue! forth. Ile was not only strikingly han...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 August 1894

Highland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Year in A;'vmic3. Issued ercrv Fridav evening-bv w. hi. Aa:A_TJ-tETNr^r3 Emeroo" st the Monterey postoiFce a? second class mutter. Monterey V,a., Friday, July, 20 1S04 Washington Letter Washington, August 20th 1894, President Cleveland will not, according to those who ought to know, definitely decide what action )ie will 'a'vecp the tariff bill until ho ret'rns from Cra\ Gables whither he was driven by a tr? a:!-I* some attack of ru l.rin: hut Uki! only relates 'to details, us it is regarded as fully settled that the bill shall become a law. In fact, certified copies of tho bill are now on the way lo every collector of customs, so that when it becomes a law it will only he nec? essary to telegraph the collectors to have it put right into effect. The president will return this week. In sotne quarters there is a dis? position to believe that the Murphy resolution, against further consid? eration of tariff legislation, which was adopted by a vote of 27...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 August 1894

Highland Recorder. Advertising Ra'.es. Local notices nt ie)c per line for first, inser? ted, and 5c pjr lint for each inhscqtient in ?rdoa. Traailent 'advertisements Inserted t in rate 01' $1 per inch for nrst Insertion Rnd 50c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements tor a shorter period than three months consielercd transient. Rates three months nnd over are as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr Oneinch.! f 3 00 | $ 6 <>o I $ 8' 00 Two inches.I 5 00 j K 00 I 12 00 Thicc inches. Four inches.. Five inches. . Quarter coi Halt column. 7 00 ! 12 00 | 18 Of io oo | ir. oo ' 20 oo 12 00 ! 30 oe) | 30 oe. 18 00 I i'8 On 4.0 00 20 00 j 88 00 I 50 00 One column.| 40 00 j 50 00 ' 100 00 jt^-The above rates will be strictly ad tiered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th Judicial Circuit ?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. IL McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit anil County Clerk.?J. C. Ma theny, Monteray, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. Ii. St? j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 August 1894

SUPERSTITIOUS TRAVELERS A Veteran Passenger Coneluctor Xall*? ol the Whims or Tourists. s Ko ono but the experienced pas senger conductor knows just bow whimsical and cranky the traveling public really is, says the Pittsburg Post. A traveler may have somo peculiar fad or notion when he is on the road, but he never dreams that) there are thousands of others just liko him, or perhaps worse. In years oi experience the conductor rubs elbows with all sorts of people, and in spite of himself becomes a mind and face reader, who takes a back seat from no one except the professional. i "Yes, travelers aro superstitious and cranky," said a veteran knight of the punch yesterday in response to a query. "I think the average pas? senger conductor deals with more oddities daily than the curio collec? tor of a freak show. As to supersti? tion, I think there is more of it crops out on trains than anywhere ehe. Last week, Just as' thc train was ready to pull out for Chicago, a well dressed man came o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 August 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 31, 1894 NO. 39. ? m?TTS ?VT<1Tr3 v mn v I7TTD il A pr I *? ** -- ^:';:c:: GRETCHEN'S GRIT. BY OZIAS vi: si'JIMKU. Ho'd wandered about moid va'.OS of dl-asl^r, And e limbed il!.: high mountains ol woe, And sow bet>at perched on a stump in ths pas tars, Awd'U'.l no! know v.hither to go. cyj. why, sang li:b bcwt, has tho earth in its make up No place e t? rc a tra:ni> may And re st'! I'll no to yon bouse anel will as k them to shakeup Some kimi of ii wandi rer's nest. Ho went to the window, anel saw within, silling, Some ee>n <d tho 1 hine, em a chair, While, close by his tide a wee fraulein Bat knit? ting Some beautiful striped foot-wear. He MOTit th- sweet Limburger cheeso through the keyhole, i Mixed with the rare flavor of kraut, And mingled willi Ihoio was ihe Bmell of the bet r howl Coming through tho keyhole without. His heart went up Into hi-; mouth in an i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 August 1894

MIC IILA>'D llECOHDEl? Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued every Friilay evening by W. l-l. I'.TA.TttJEZlsr^', rn L'on jlsts rmausxsae. Entered at thc Monterey postolPre a sofjond class matter, Monterey V,a., Friday, Julfc 20 189 Washington Loiter. Washington, August 27th 189+, President Cleveland will, ir honor of the Uniformed R-ani Knights o? Pythias, now encamped on the grounds at thc foot of thc Washington Monument, remain in Washington until Wednesday, and possibly uutil Thursday, although he is just as anxious to get away as any of the Congressmen, arni the most of them were so anxious that thev fcould not wait for thc formal adjournment, to-nioirow af? ternoon, but have already gone. To-morrow morning in every cus? tom" House in the U. S. the new tariff law will be put into effect ami McKinleyism will be dead?foi ever, unless the voters have under gone a great chango of mind since the last Congressional election .The working of the new law will soon bring out i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 August 1894

Highland Recorder. * Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inscr loa, and Sc per line for eacb enhteqnent in erci j.i. rraasient 'advertisement* inserted t x; rate of Si per inch for first Insertion nnd SOc for each snbseqnent Insertion. All adrertiscments for a snorter period than time months considered transient. Rates three months and over arc as follows: 3 mos. 6 'nos. 1 vr. One inch.! $ S 00 Two inches. 5 eio Thtee inches. 7 00 Four inches. 10 00 Five inches. 12 00 Quarter co'. .. .. 15 00 Half column. 20 0.0 One column.j 40 00 2Sr~The above rates will bc strictly ad hered lo. $ B 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 2S 00 88 00 50 00 $ 8 00 12 OO 18 Ol' 20 00 4-0 eio "m> (Kp 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 18th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. TL Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. Arbogast ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 August 1894

H It's Hood's that Cores The combination, proportion and process by which Hood's Sarsaparilla ts prepared are peculiar to itself. Its record ot cure is un? equalled. Its sales are the largest in the ood's Sarsa" ++%*%% parilla world. Tho testimo- /"^ f \ f/^g nials received by its f WW V*5 proprietors by tho ?L J hundred, tolling tho ^r <%*k/%ty%> story that Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures are un? paralleled in tho history of medicine, and they are solid facts. G^t only Hood's. Hood's PHU cure Constipation. Indigestion. Vertical Handwriting. The vertical system of handwrit? ing, which was introduced into the Samuel Heady school in Bait more several year! ugo, says the Sun ol that city, ls now occupying the at? tention of a number of Northern ed? ucators who a Ivocate its uso in the public schools, lt is being lntro du ed in many public schools, and Its advocates say it promises to Le the penmanship of the future, lt is said the Samuel Ready school was the pioneer in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 September 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 7, 1894 NO. 40. BETRAYED; -UR? A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. A Romance of Love, Intrigue and Crime BY MRS. ALICE P. CARRISTON. CHAFTEH XVI. "(Continued.) Months passed, i nd not another word did he bear from his old clissrnate. He grew very resC-ss. The whole thing was preying upon his min J. He decided that he must hare some oc? cupation. Young Bellmont and others of his acqu lintance had gone to Con? gress. His father suggested thnt it would be a good idea lor Lim lo follow their ex? ample. The surest ion struck him favorably; but thoro was one grout drawback. Tho member for the district in which they resided had too strong a hold on his constituency to be easily shaken off. One morning, when ho happened to be in his father's priv. to room at the bank, and while he was consi. er.ng the matter, un eldeily gentleman entere.1 and asked to pee the President. Warren immediately arose to withdraw. "N'o.to!" exclaimed tho stra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 September 1894

Highland Recokder;|d \---_; Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued everv Fridav evening by "W. K. nvr-A-Tii-EnNr-x-, Entered at tbe Monterey postolPcc as second class matter. lu Monterey Y,a., Friday, July, 20 1894 ^ Sb in K> i> BU Ct tl' ri The Legislature of Virginia, at its last session, passed a bill to pro? vide for amore effectual method of - collecting the revenue arising from , the tax on deeds, Wilh, seals of court &c. The plan adopted is a systsm of triplicate receipts to be . filledup and signed by the Clerk for taxes paid on each deed, will &c. one copy, to be delivered to the person paying such tax, another to be for? warded to the auditor of Public Ae , counts and the other one to be re? tained by the clerk in his office. These receipts are printed in blank form and bound iu volumes of 1000 pages, making a book 18 inches long, 14 inches wide and 3 inches thick and weighing nearly 22los. ? The book contains 500 receipts in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 September 1894

Highland Recorder. MvsrUalftfl Rates. Tvoeal notices at 10c per line for first inscr lon, and 5e p r lin.'!'ir each iuil>seqient in ?rciOQ. Tra nis-it advertisements inserted t -.iii rate of Si perlnch for Srst Insertion and 50c for each anbaequent insertion. AU advertisements for a s'lorter period thou three months considered transient, Kates three months ana over are as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 vr. One; nen.1 $ 8 00 I $ 6 00 I $ S 00 00 * 00 I 12 00 7 oo ia oo I IS 00 1/1 oo ia oo i so oo 12 00 20 00 I 30 00 18 00 28 <>0 | 4-0 00 ... 00 SIS 00 I 50 OO 40 00 80 00 ! 100 00 e^rThe above rates will bc strictly ad? hered to. Two inches Thtee inches Four inches. Five inches.. Quarter co*. Half column One column. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge i8tn Judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. 0. It. McDan nald, Warm Spring*, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. Stephenson. Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 September 1894

A MOTHER'S STORY, HAPPINESS COHK1 AFTER YEARS OF SUFFERING. The Terrible Experience ot a Well Known Official'* Wile-A Story That Ap? peals to Every Motlier in the Land. From the Chattanooga. Tenn., Presa No county official iu East Tennessee ts better known and more highly esteemed than Mr. J. C. Wilson, Circuit Court Clerk of Rhea County, at Dayton, tho home of Mr. Wilson. He enjoys the confidence and re? spect of all classes, and in the business com? munity his word is as good as his bond. Just now Mr. Wilson is receiving heartiest con? gratulations from his numerous friends bo cause of the res'oratiou to robust health ol his estimable wife, who has for years been a helpless invalid. Mrs. Wilson's high stan 1 ing in society, and her many lovable traits of character havo wou her a host of friends, and her wonderful recovery has attracted widespread attention. As the Press was the medium of bringing to the invalid lady's attention tho remedy that has effected her remarkable cure, a r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 September 1894

VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 14, 1891 NO. 41. ?., tit rs Tl v , .rafi ! r Willie Include of agaa* of men, BETRAYED; A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. A Romance of Love, Intrigue end Crime BY MRI. ALICE P. CART?I3TON. CIIAFTEIt XVIII. |Conllnnetl.) Under tbo dominion o!-tho passion which conl rolled lim, the voice and 1 ii guage of the Bena!or became more ele vat. -i. His features a* sumed nu i ir of sen ber dignity and imposing grandeur. A slighl sba io of paleness passed over tbe lovely face of the yoting woman, and a slight frown contracted ber forehead. Uv an eii'oit, v. heb in a better cause would hare been sublime, sho quickly r.i stored thc ria ug weakness, and, cold .h pointing out to hi r husband the draped door 1 >y which he had < ntered, Raid: '?Very well, conce 1 yourself there!" ?'You will nt v.'i- forgive "Von know little of women, my dear, if voa do not know that jealousy is one of the crimes that they not only pardoo but love." "My (io...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 September 1894

liGHLAXD RECORDER. Terms: $1.&C a Year in Advance. 1 everv Frklav evcalna bv "W". H. IvlATKENY, tttered r.t thc Monterey postoffre a? second class matter, Fontercy V,a.. Friday, July, ?. > 1894 shington Letter. Washington, Rep 10th 1?94, Secretary, Carlisle baa lett no bnbt t's to where lie and President loveland stand on the sugar qnea? lon. Ile told representative Meyer La., that the administration I ? any attera] I to \ at Elgar 0:1 the free list, tnt would iii ii the passage of the substitute jroj>oped by thc Senate Finance lommittt e. striking out the d tit duty of one-eighth of :i cont a omul on refit r, leaving all agars dutiable at a flat rate of 40 er cert ad valorem. Secretary Car ale still holds to his original opin )ii that he has no authority to pay at a dollar for bounty on sugar, at he told Mr, Meyer that li:' and Resident Cleveland were both in fa? ur of legislation , 5 not on >? for the payment of the bounty ;h&gt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 September 1894

*************** > ?m rn ?inn~-*^~m=--' r?'r^T-r Highland Hecokdek, Advertising Rates. l.ocat notices at IOC per line foV first inser 1 on, and 6c p:r line for '.yeti subsequent Iq er.io.i. Transient 'advertisements Inserted i ihi rate 01 $1 per inch for tirst Insertion and 50t for each subsequent insertion. Ail advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. titree mouths aud over are ns follows: J mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. One inch.| $ 3 00 ! $ 5 00 I $ s 00 Two inches. S 00 12 00 Thxec inches. 7 00 I 12 00 IS 00 Pour inches. 10 00 I 1", OO 20 00 Five Inches. 12 00 I 20 I Quarter coi . 15 OO | 28 OO 4-o 00 Hali column. 20 '\ 3.S oo BO 00 One column.j 40 o^ | 50 00 1 C>0 00 {{?SMThe AbOTC rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTOR Y. Judge 18th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. (J. R. McDan nald, V? arm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 September 1894

r^ SNAKES IN CAPTIVITY. slow They Are Caught, and Cared For Afterward. . Nearly all the snakes you foe in mu? ieuras and circus exhibitions were sent to this country fro u Africa or South America. Tho bia constrictor coree i from Africa, uni somo very largo fi] ?rimons como from Brazil, In Bra/il tho largo snakes ave some? times captured with nols, which ;i o thrown over them. The smaller enos aio caught with a big stick, shaped at 01:0 end Uko a two-pronged pitchfork. Tho man ap? proaches the snake scon after tho ani? mal has pariaken of a gcod meal, and when he feols heavy and sleepy. The fork is placed over the' snake's head, and ho is thus pinno 1 to tho ground. Then ho coils himself around the stick, and in tba' way is tarried away and put in a strong box, ready to be snippod to somo foreign country. Even large snakes aro often captured in this way. Boa constrictors aro obtained In tho forests near tho Amazon and Platte rivers. They aro somet'mes twenty feet in longth and weigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 September 1894

VOL. Vii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, SEPTEMBER 21, 18D NO. 12 BETRAYED A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. 4 Romance of Loco, Intrigue and Cr inn BY MRS. ALICE T. CARRISTON. < ll IPTRlt XX. (Continual.) An old sci vant slept on a setleo bcforo tho open door, smiling ia lier dreams at the bea ut Lu] scenes about her. Leland awoke hr, inquired for tho Dingier of the house, ana was ushered into tho ball. nee 1 c entered a channing apart mont, whei ? n j o mg lady in a garden Int wns airauging bouquets in porcelain ra aei. Sho tainui at the noise of the opening door, and Ltlaaa saw- Clari Denton! Aa ho Balute I her with no air of aston? ishment ami donbt, r-Lo looked fixedly at Lim wiih her great eves. He Bpoke Bret, with, however, more of fae".talion tl an usual. "Pardon me, madam, bot I inmiirod for Mr. Metcalf." "He is in a distant field, but will soon return. De kind euou.h to wait." Sile le I him into another apartment and jointed him tn a chair, seating her? self ne ir the firep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 September 1894

IGULAND IlECOKDEK. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued every Friday ereoJagbv "VV. H. IvdA.XiE-XEIsr'Y, ered at the Monterey postoilM-e as second class matter. nterey V,a., Friday, July, 20 Ower.3 Wins. Hie result oi: the primary, in the bland District of Kentucky upon i Domination of a democratic can fate, for election, to represent said strict in Congress, has boen look forward to with much more than ?nary interest. Uolonel Bieckinridge, it. will bo Membered, was the former ineum Qt. And while holding the high aition which he occupied, was rty defendant to a scandalous needing which was instituted a inst him by one Madeline, Pollard I tried in Court, at Washington, ?C.. some time ago, in which trial, e character of the Colonel was own np in quite* an unenviable ^ht and the history of which case th all evidence pro ami con, was ard and read by most cf Ihe intel rent people of the United States. Bol. Breckinritlge, in the face of e dark record agaiust him, ought out by turning .o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 September 1894

S???l _? w-iulu? iw?wa' ur-' Highland Hecokdeh. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser 16a, and 5c per Hoe for each subsequent In trcion. Transient i advertisements Ineertvd t elie rate of $1 per inch for Bret Insertion and 50c for each subsequent insertion. AU adTertisement. for a shorter period than three months considine! transient. Rate. three months aaJ over are as follows: 3 mos. G mos. 1 vr. One Inch. $ 3 00 $ B "0 $ s 00 Tvroinches. SOO soo 12 0<> Three inches. 7 00 ij oo ix Ol' Poir iaches. IO oil 18 00 20 00 Fite iaches.? 12 00 20 00 Qnarterco', . 18 00 28 00 4 0 00 Half cAlamn. 20 00 88 00 .'ooo One colnmn. 40 00 j 50 00 100 00 fgtfThe above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan uald, Wann Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Vd. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 September 1894

Colleges for the Klori. It is useless to dispute thc fact that the present tendency is to make Vale a rich man's college. Wc are aware that men ran and do go through Yale for a very small sum, says tho Kew York Tost. Eight members of thc class just graduating have lived on 8200 a year, thirtv-four more have nut exceeded 1300, and foity-eight others have got along on between $300 and $400. nut this is not a question of possi? bilities; it is a question of tendencies. The very announcement that the average expenses of the four Tears' course have been 94,528 will of itself make Yale seem 'out of the <>ues tion" in hundreds of families where studious boys are now preparing for college. Then, too, there is the nat? ural resentment of a democracy against classifying men according to their money, which seems most odious of all in the case of an educa? tional institution. Thc hoy is not to he severely con? demned who decides against going to a college where poverty mak...

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